everyones going to run out

to buy or rent the summer’s biggest suprise hit, michael moore’s little documentary fahrenheit 9/11 which becomes available this tuesday.

heralded by most and slandered by few, the most controversial documentary of all time is so controversial that even its status as a documentary is under debate by those who attack it.

years from now their grandchildren will ask them why they attacked the movies for its alleged falsehoods instead of the president and his falsehoods, and they will mutter something about moore being fat

and a worse kind of liar:

a democrat.

as a registered independent, i wouldnt know anything about lies, and i know less about documentaries, but i do love music, and today i found out that moore’s film has two authorized soundtracks attatched to it.

the first, released by the hardest working label in showbusiness, Rhino Records, has all the tunes that helped make moore’s film so powerful.

Official Soundtrack

Rhino Records

which includes:

Vacation — The Go-Gos

We Gotta Get Out of this Place — Eric Burdon

Cocaine — J.J. Cale

Shiny Happy People — R.E.M.

Magnificent Seven Theme — Elmer Bernstein

Fire Water Burn — Bloodhound Gang

Theme from “Greatest American Hero” — Joey Scarbury

Rockin’ In the Free World — Neil Young

Songs And Artists That Inspired Fahrenheit 9/11

Sony Music

which includes:

Chimes Of Freedom (Live) – Bruce Springsteen

With God On Our Side – Bob Dylan

We Want It All – Zack de la Rocha

Masters Of War (Live) – Pearl Jam

Travelin’ Soldier – Dixie Chicks

Fortunate Son (Live) – John Fogerty

Know Your Rights – The Clash

The Revolution Starts Now – Steve Earle

Where Is The Love? – Black Eyed Peas feat. Justin Timberlake

Hallelujah – Jeff Buckley

maybe miss montreal will come over this week and she and i can re-watch this summers favorite movie of mine.

and afterward i will show her some etchings, i mean soundtracks.

mist + layne + case + the history of saddam’s relationship with the usa in 2.5 minutes